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Yachthafen Emmerich, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany
Yachthafen Emmerich is located on the right bank of the Rhine in the city of Emmerich am Rhein in the Region of North Rhine Westphalia. The marina is found right at the Dutch border, in a beautiful environment on the famous Lower Rhine. The town of Emmerich am Rhein is a destination for tourists who moor at the marina. They can visit here the Holy Ghost Church, representative by its cross made out of scrap metal. The Rhine Bridge connecting Emmerich am Rhein with Kleve is the longest suspension bridge in Germany and a landmark of the city. The Rhine Museum displays 130 ship models, fish taxidermy and maps of the river. The museum also exhibits a Bieber submarine and a U-Boat from World War II. Marina guests can also visit the Poster Museum located in a cubist structure made out of wood and glass where apart from posters, visitors can also enjoy paintings, sculptures and new technologies. Those who wish to spend a few days here can accommodate at lovely B&B’s like Unter den Linden.
Facilities of Yachthafen Emmerich
Residual water collection
Cancellation Policy of Yachthafen Emmerich : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in North Rhine Westphalia
The most populated state of Germany rich in tradition and culture - North Rhine-Westphalia is a German state established in 1946 by the merger of the famous Rhineland and the region of Westphalia. These two were both provinces of Prussia fact that makes North Rhine-Westphalia a superb vacation destination filled with rich history and culture.
The state is put on the map by a total of 54 municipalities, and the largest are the four top cities of Cologne, Düsseldorf, Dortmund and Essen. These famous towns are packed with cultural and religious establishments that will amaze you.
The Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom in German) is a superb venue that will impress you with its Gothic architecture and immense size. The construction took approximately 600 years to finish and is one of the most breath-taking cathedrals in Europe. In 1884, this religious landmark was proclaimed the tallest building in the world because of its twin spires. Explore th... more info
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